Official News: New MacBook Pro 2010

By Peter Chubb - Apr 13, 2010

We have known for sometime that the new Apple MacBook Pro was coming, and we recently reported that the Apple Store went down. We can now tell you that it is now official and we have an upgrade to the MacBook Pro line. 2010 is the year of Apple, and this latest launch proves just that.

We had assumed that the new version of the Pro would come with the new range of Intel processors and an upgrade to its hard drive and RAM. We even managed to get hold of some details just last week showing us four new MacBook Pros, so how close were these reports?

We will now take a brief look and the new specs, as we will offer a more details look in another post. So we now know that we were correct, the entire range has seen an increase in Ram – now starting at 4GB. The standard storage is now a 250GB SSD.

The two 13-inch MacBook Pro’s now come with the Intel Core 2 Duo, while the 15-inch comes with the Intel Core i5 and the 17-inch models will use the Intel Core i7. These are just some of the news features; visit our site soon for a more detailed look. Visit Apple Store

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  • Jay

    I heard the new ones will have a black version Hopefully HDMI ports

  • dude

    The standard storage is now a 250GB SSD


  • htun

    Is there a way for me to play videos in HD from my 2008 Macbook 13 inch (not a pro)
    to my HDTV? What port can I use?

    I am about to purchase a used Macbook (13 inch)

    If it doesn't have HDMI connector, can I then transfer HD video from Macbook to my PS3 and then play it to my HDTV?
    Please cc reply to


  • Appel

    You can add an i7

  • porsch1909

    The 17'' seems to have an i5 not i7